In Italy coffee is a sort of everyday rite and, as such, it is now a real cultural trademark, despite row coffee is not Italian, nevertheless European.
So, why Italian people are the biggest consumers and the masters of coffee-making art?
If we go back to the origin, coffee arrived in Italy during the Seventeenth century through one of the fundamental world trade hubs of the period: Venice. Since then, coffee spread all through the peninsula in the shape of espresso, in its typical small cup. This peculiar consumption way is indeed different from the rest of the world, where mugs and large cups prevail and coffee is much more diluted. Moreover, the habit of drinking coffee at the end of the meal is another Italian feature.
However, the distinctive Italian characterization of coffee is the roasting process and Caffè La Messicana Piacenza is a roasting expert since 1957, becoming a well-known brand thanks to its quality-focused manufacturing policy.
Caffè La Messicana blends several coffee varieties, from different countries, each with its unique aroma and taste, balancing their unique characteristics and virtues in order to create the most harmonious blends.
Caffè La Messicana Piacenza tells the stories of distant countries, the places where the best coffee grows – Asia, Africa, South America. And each story is epitomized in a small cup of genuine Italian taste.